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WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky news. This issue contains articles:

  • Cecil, Jill. Pageant Kicks Off Sigma Chi Derby Activities
  • Brewer, Mike. Organizing Fundraising Key for New Official – Institutional Advancement
  • Stewart, Nikita. Alcohol: Some Students Drink Every Day for No Reason
  • Interfraternity Council Wins Excellence Award
  • Daniels, Jerry. Nubian Clothing A Way to Display Black Pride – Fashion
  • Western XXI Should Be Guide for Budget Cuts
  • Hofmann, Martin. Editorial Cartoon Budget Committee Gas Pumps
  • Eadens, Ethan. Kill the Messenger – Christopher Sarver
  • Bauhofer, Kelly. Drawing the Line – Mark Critchfield
  • People Poll: Where Do You Think the Money Should Come From to Pay for Next Year’s Salary Increases?
  • Critchfield, Mark. Clintonomics Raises Many Questions – Bill Clinton
  • Cobb, Terry. Prejudice is Wrong – Lambda Society, Gays, Lesbians
  • Allen, Craig. Fish an Alternative to TV – Aquariums
  • Adler, Francisco. Pooling Together Photo Spread – Swimming
  • Tungage, Matthew. Disgruntled Student Says This Place is Sick – John Wilmott
  • James, Becky. Wynonna Judd, Hal Ketchum Excite Diddle Arena Crowd – Concerts
  • Allen, Craig. Professor Says NBC Gives News Black Eye – Joann Ryan
  • Ang, Dawn. Fundraiser Helps Raise Hunger Awareness – Fast for Hunger Awareness, OxFam America
  • Kiggins, Pamela. Toppers End Regular Season 21-4 – Basketball
  • Batters, Tom. Lady Tops Move Into First Place Tie – Basketball
  • Irvine, Chris. Western Is More Fit in 9-0 Win – Tennis
  • Batters, Tom. Seniors Will Be Missed in Many Ways – Athletics
  • Varney, Dennis. Swimmers Prepare for Year’s Biggest Meet
  • Lewis, Scott. Eddie O’Carroll, Michelle Murphy Win to Lead Tops
  • Frakes, Jason. Weather Continues to be Toppers’ Toughest Opponent – Baseball


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